Here's another look at the LG G7 ThinQ, LG's upcoming flagship smartphone which the company is planning to unveil officially in the near future. The LG G7 ThinQ was exclusively revealed by Android Headlines in a render last week, showing off the back of the device in all of the color options that LG plans to make available in addition to a separate post revolving around more of the specifications and features of the phone. This new render provides a slightly different look at the device, one set at an angle, which shows off a bit more of the side so you can see the power button.
The image is also a bit more close up which makes the front-facing camera and notch more visible than in the previous render. That said the image looks exactly like the previously leaked renders which adds more credence to the design of the phone so this is what consumers can expect in terms of how the phone will look once LG announces it. Judging by the color of the frame of the device this looks to be the Platinum Grey option.
LG is expected to unveil the G7 ThinQ later this month featuring a number of different functions and design choices, such as the notch that can be masked by giving the phone an artificial bar at the top edge which will essentially "hide" the notch from view in a way that the phone looks to have just a slim bezel, though the notch will still be there. The G7 ThinQ will also come with a number of AI-enhanced features, a handful of which will be integrated with the camera to make picture-taking a smarter affair for users. The phone will continue the smartphone trend of dual rear-facing cameras as well, and offer features such as Portrait Mode, Live Photos, and 3D Stickers, all of which have been popular offerings on other smartphones from different brands. Naturally there's still no word on cost or an actual release date, but those details will be confirmed once LG presents the device to the public.